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Where do you fall on the racism scale?

April Harter emphasizes that racism persists because of the reluctance of white people to confront its expression by friends and family.  Read the article by clicking here.

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Why are people still racist? What science says about America’s race problem.

Washington Post reporters William Wan and Sarah Kaplan interviewed two scientists to ask about persistent racism. (Click here to read the article.) Main takeaways are: People absorb the biases in their cultures. ” ‘The truth is that unless parents actively…

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West Point Cadet, Simone Askew, Breaks a Racial and Gender Barrier

Simone Askew is the first African-American woman to hold the highest student position at the United States Military Academy–the West Point corps of cadets first captain.  Read the full article by clicking here.

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What would Heather do?

“If you are not outraged, you are not paying attention.” This post about Charlottesville is from a column by Patricia Raybon. 

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Charlottesville

The New York Times lists books to help parents talk to their children about racism and anti-Semitism and those who stood up against oppression.  See the article here.

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